Off-roading Highland 60 trailer with queen-size bed, kitchen, and outdoor shower makes you feel at home

What do you want after a long day of exploring the faraway land? After a long breath; it is a tent-topped camping trailer to offer the comforts of home and minimalist storage for your gear.

Keeping the prerequisites in mind, a Colorado-based start-up, that set out at making camping trailers in the middle of the pandemic, has revamped its offering with an off-road trailer called the Highland 60.

Designer: Sasquatch Expedition Campers

By all means, the robust Highland 60 is Sasquatch Expedition Campers’ most premium delivery. The flagship trailer measures 16.3 feet long and 6.8 feet high, it comes with a queen-size memory foam mattress, and a full-size kitchen so you never have to compromise with your lodging in the great outdoors.

Other amenities onboard include a three-stove burner, sink, fridge, on-demand water heater, an outdoor shower, and ample storage on the inside and outside. You may prefer a tent mount trailer, but this one is delivered with a flat-roof, rendering it a boxy shape, that makes the overall appearance compact and cozy: an option worth exploring. But if you’re adamant, Sasquatch offers a rooftop tent add-on, basically as a second-bedroom option.

The compact trailer can be accessed from either side courtesy of a dual-side entry. The interiors: walls, roof, and floor are fully insulated. The walls are finished in water-resistant and sustainable rice husk paneling. The trailer features a MaxxFan roof vent and packs aluminum cabinetry in the kitchen and on the rear door for storage.

The sturdy cabin frame is made from aluminum, which rests on an in-house suspension system called Bigfoot. This makes the Highland 60 capable of handling the roughest trails despite its 60-inch-wide interiors. The trailer’s customized aluminum roof rack features 5 T-track crossbars and storage space underneath to hold optional solar panels.

Individually controlled LED lights glow up the trailer on the inside, and a 6,500-BTU Propex heater ensures the trailer has an adequate temperature no matter the weather outside. Highland 60 starts at $47,000 for the base model with the price shooting up by approximately 8K for the top-of-the-line model with all essentials for off-grid camping.